lithium iron phosphate battery 12v

long does a lithium iron phosphate battery last
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long does a lithium iron phosphate battery last

Lithium iron phosphate battery offers a more extended cycle life than other lithium-particle batteries.

 

The vast majority of the Lithium iron phosphate battery gives 2000 cycles @ 80% DOD at test lab temperature 77°F.

 

In any case, too low temperature or too high temperature may harm the battery pack, and cause the limit of battery dropdown.

 

For example: if your 12V 100Ah lithium iron phosphate battery working in low temperature often, like - 4°F, it may drop down to 12V 90Ah, or 12V 80Ah, and the cycle life would drop down as well.

 

So, if you fare thee well if your lithium iron phosphate battery, it could be working for quite a while.

 

SOK Battery currently gives the most recent 12V 100Ah Battery Pack, tested 3560 cycles @ 83% DOD at 77°F.

 

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lifepo4 the same as lithium ion
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lifepo4 the same as lithium ion

Is LiFePO4 the same as lithium ion?

No,LiFePO4 battery is one type of lithium ion.

lithium ion including these:

Lithium nickel manganese cobalt oxide ("NMC", LiNixMnyCozO2)

Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminium Oxide ("NCA", LiNiCoAlO2)

Lithium Manganese Oxide ("LMO", LiMn2O4)

Lithium Iron Phosphate ("LFP", LiFePO4)

Lithium Cobalt Oxide (LiCoO2, "LCO")

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Difference Between Lithium Ion And Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries
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Difference Between Lithium Ion And Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries

Lithium ion (Li-ion) and lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) are two types of rechargeable batteries used commonly in the portable electronics. While most of us are aware of the lithium ion battery, which is used in the Smartphone, PC or laptops, lithium Iron phosphate battery, is a newer variety, which is widely used in manufacturing industries and storage applications. Although both these batteries share many similarities, they differ in the aspects like energy density, life cycles and safety.

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